Unibright’s Lufthansa, Microsoft And NEM Partnerships Bring Blockchain Into Businesses
Unibright To Bring Real Life Uses Of Blockchain, Partners With Lufthansa, Microsoft And NEM
Unibright is proclaimed as a team of experts looking to help businesses integrate blockchain technology into their services. While demand surrounding blockchain technology is obviously present, many companies still have a hard time grasping it and bringing use cases to life. To show that smooth integration is possible, Unibright has successfully scored partnerships with German airline, Lufthansa, tech firm, Microsoft and blockchain platform NEM.
According to the CEO of Unibright, Marten Jung, there’s a gap between blockchain and real life uses and in order to bridge them, the team involved,
“created the Unibright framework,” adding its notable features include, “easy-to-use [and] non-techie approach”.
Here are the solutions Unibright proposes and will execute in order to increase user adoption within the blockchain industry:
Unibright Visual Workflow Designer
A system that allows users to build blockchain solutions without prior knowledge on coding, nor the need for developers. Ultimately, the Visual Workflow Designer can rid companies of possible blockchain bugs and costs.
Unibright Contract Lifecycle Manager
An automatic system that generates “platform-dependent code” from “visually designed workflows.” The simplicity, as per Unibright’s website, is unbeatable given the fact that all it takes is a push of a button. Likewise, smart contracts can also be created.
This aspect was created for analytical purposes as the Explorer not only assesses business processes across existing smart contracts, but also compiles both on and off-chain data in a convenient and understanding manner. The goal behind the explorer is to help provide valuable data that can be utilized by employees and customers.
As the name implies, the connectors bring together prevailing IT landscapes and matches them with blockchains and smart contracts, which is done with Smart Adapters. This was done to eliminate the need to integrate blockchain into existing ERP/IT systems.
To show that businesses are liking Unibright’s strategic move, here is what Dr Jorg of Lufthansa mentioned as being a facet that no other firm has yet to bring, and it is Unibright’s “non-coding approach.” In particular, the representative said,
“It’s [non-coding approach] a great opportunity to really ‘get your feet wet’ with blockchain for business. We often see blockchain only used as a buzzword but prefer to make real use of it.”
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